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This is an email from Crow's Feet: Life As We Age, a newsletter by Crow’s Feet.


We welcome two new writers, Kate Frick Sheridan and Ren Powell who are taking stock of where they’ve been and how that shapes where they may go in the years ahead.

We also hear from long-time Crow’s Feet contributors who continue to find new insights about life as we age.


Reflections of an Aging Feminist. (It’s their turn now). By Kate Frick Sheridan

According to Plan. Aging as an Advantage to the Creative Life. By Ren Powell

Either/Or — Both. Who we get to be. By Ann Litts

You Can Do Better Than Telling Mature People That They Look Great. There’s more to them than their appearance. By Christine Schoenwald

Puff is the Only One. I’m crying as I type. By Dennett

Retirement Rocks! One month update. By Ann Litts

A Hike is the Perfect Elixir. An exercise plan for the next quarter century. By Nancy Peckenham

Falling Leaves. His time had come… By Mary McGrath

It’s A Wrap! My holiday wrapping fiasco. By Mary McGrath

How a Seventyish Woman Finds ”Merry” in the Holiday. And an invitation to tell me how you’re doing it. By Jean Anne Feldeisen

The Last Day Of Dwight Lazar. Flash fiction- Treasure every breath like it’s your last. By Vuyo Ngcakani

Many Miserable Returns. Kids today have no idea how hard it used to be to return things in the mail. By Bev Potter

Trans-Continental Christmas. If I pay extra, will USPS deliver a hug? By Cindy Shore Smith

Standing Astride the Generational Digital Divide. The history of computing interwoven with my family history. By Mary DeVries

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Nancy Peckenham

Journalist, editor, mother, wife, sister, daughter, friend, adventurer, history-lover. Editor of Crow’s Feet